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Variation in CLI Vascular Care Before Amputation Studied

December 6, 2011—Significant variation exists in the intensity of vascular care provided to patients in the year before major amputation, according to a study by Philip P. G…

Covidien’s SpiderFX Embolic Protection Device Approved for Use in Lower Extremities

December 1, 2011—Covidien (Mansfield, MA) announced that the US Food and Drug Administration has cleared the SpiderFX embolic protection device for use during treatment of s…

Medtronic Invatec’s DEBs Show Promise for Treating Lower Limb Arteries

November 9, 2011—According to data presented at the annual Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) scientific symposium in San Francisco, use of drug-eluting balloon…

Study Compares National Trends in Treatments for Claudication and Limb-Threatening Ischemia

October 4, 2011—The Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) announced the publication of a study comparing the benefit of angioplasty versus bypass grafting as treatments for cla…

CO2 Angiography in Lower Extremity Arterial Disease

Jason Q. Alexander, MD

September 2011—Techniques for improving safety and efficacy in the use of carbon dioxide as a contrast agent for evaluation and treatment of lower extremity arterial disease.

Boston Scientific Launches Coyote Balloon Catheter

September 19, 2011—Boston Scientific Corporation (Natick, MA) announced the launch of its Coyote balloon catheter in the United States, Europe, and other international marke…

Abbott Initiates International ABSORB BTK Trial

September 8, 2011—Abbott Vascular (Santa Clara, CA) announced the initiation of ABSORB BTK, an international clinical trial evaluating the company’s everolimus-eluting Abs…

Complex BTK CTO Recanalization

Tony S. Das, MD, FACC

August 2011—The patient was a diabetic man who presented with a nonhealing amputation and Rutherford class 6 peripheral arterial disease. He had occluded distal posterior tibial and an…




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